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Misery 3   [2009]

Misery 3 Released by :
Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated [web]

Release Date :
3 October 2009

Type :

Released At :
Main 4

Achievements :
Mixed Competition at Main 4 :  #1

User rating:**********  9.6/10 (24 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.8/10 (12 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Benson of Talent, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Peiselulli of Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Street Tuff of Red Sector Incorporated, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
Music .... Jammer of EXclusive ON, MultiStyle Labs, Samar Productions
Graphics .... Benson of Talent, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  H2O of Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Peiselulli of Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Street Tuff of Red Sector Incorporated, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Zer0-X of Kasettilamerit
Loader .... tlr of VICE Team

SIDs used in this release :
Hostile Drones(/MUSICIANS/J/Jammer/Hostile_Drones.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/79853/trsi_-_misery3_-_dtv.d64 (downloads: 2337)
http://www.daupara.de/dtv/TRSI_-_Misery_III_-_C64-DTV.mkv (downloads: 929)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/79854/trsi_-_misery3_-_dtv_dtvtrans.prg (downloads: 559)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/92499/misery_3_final_framework.rar (downloads: 296)

Look for downloads on external sites:

User Comment
Submitted by DeeKay on 19 October 2010
Haha, the concept "find texture in Raycaster-part and bump into it to see the hiddenpart" seems strangely familiar... ;-)

User Comment
Submitted by Street Tuff on 19 October 2010
as promised at X2010 i uploaded the complete sourcecode and datafiles for misery 3. will update the production notes with compile instructions later this evening.
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 2 April 2010
Loader with source here: DMA loader II.
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Submitted by Wisdom on 29 January 2010
The raycaster part rules. The rest is also splendid and a big joy to watch and listen.
User Comment
Submitted by shazz on 17 November 2009
Simply awesome... I love everything, the rotozoom, the twister, the raycaster, the credits, the 1280 colors picture.... all.
Congrats mates !
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Submitted by Oswald on 9 November 2009
okay... the raycaster beats in speed&reso&color anything I've seen on my stock A1200. seriously WTF ?!?! :)
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Submitted by Skate on 7 October 2009
This is exactly what I want to see on DTV! Great work guys. Finding hidden part in a ray casting engine was really fun! 10/10
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Submitted by A-Man on 7 October 2009
Excellent Demo! Very Good! 8)
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Submitted by FATFrost on 6 October 2009
Jammer can you stop fiddling with your joystick in public! ;)
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Submitted by Lubber on 6 October 2009
Great Stuff! :D
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Submitted by NecroPolo on 6 October 2009
Top-notch stuff, every bit of it. C'grats!

+++ : even the music is badass enough for me :)

Jammer is one of the most serious SID abusers. Hats off!
User Comment
Submitted by ... on 6 October 2009
nice !!!! nice !!! too bad I am so lazy to hack my DTV ... ;(
User Comment
Submitted by daison on 5 October 2009
Now that was very pleasant to watch!

Dtv still feels like a niche to me but hey, i happily waste time watching prods like these (even on vice...)
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 5 October 2009
Great work, guys. I am especially fond of the raycaster. Pretty damn fast, I'd say ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Peiselulli on 5 October 2009
@Deekay : it also runs on your DTV 2 (except the hidden part)
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Submitted by DeeKay on 5 October 2009
Damn. This is so nice, i need a Blitter V3 DTV! <:-)
User Comment
Submitted by Jazzcat on 5 October 2009
Very nice! I gotta fix my DTV and check this on the real thing!
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 5 October 2009
Very nice! :-) Love the soundtrack.
User Comment
Submitted by Archmage on 5 October 2009
Greeeat! I like everything about this!
Edit: and the music is a real treat now that I hear it for the third time. Dirty sound ftw!
User Comment
Submitted by Steppe on 4 October 2009
For sure the most polished DTV demo so far. I was especially impressed by the 1280 colours picture, I suppose that was due to interlace, right? Or is that some new fancy mode I haven't heard of so far? The plasma was a bit below the expectations, I still prefer the ones in Coma Job or Royal Arte 100% over this one. On second listening I was beginning to like the tune, the third time I already had to stomp my feet to the rhythm. A little bit less distortion and dirty sounds could do, but that's in the ear of the beholder. Thumbs up, great entertainment!
User Comment
Submitted by JackAsser on 4 October 2009
Lovely stuff you guys! Fantastic! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Mactron on 4 October 2009
Whaaa ! I have to change my pampers.
Totally awesome. 11/10 ;)
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 4 October 2009
@peiselulli: Ah, then it is perfect! :)
It runs so smooth that I almost forget what a massive amount of high-tech code is behind it all. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Peiselulli on 4 October 2009
@tlr : 5 minute limit was one part of the compo rulez, so we have to reach the endpart at that time
User Comment
Submitted by grennouille on 4 October 2009
Fantastic! Really Awesome!
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Submitted by 6R6 on 4 October 2009
Ah, This is great! You get my vote. I only wish a real C64 could do this.
User Comment
Submitted by LOGAN on 4 October 2009
Ecellent. The masters of DTV are back! This demo was one of the more interesting stuff seen on the stream last night. Eventually I got bored with that many rubbish noisy PC demos.

More, we need mooore!
User Comment
Submitted by Nitro on 4 October 2009
My jaw dropped :) This for sure is the next level of DTV demos..
User Comment
Submitted by Shadow on 4 October 2009
Fantastic! I have no idea how they can get the rotozoomer and wolf3d engine running so fast.
Also the FPP-in-256-color mode has me puzzled! :)
User Comment
Submitted by tlr on 4 October 2009
Very nice!
I especially enjoy the smoothly executed rotzoomer part.
All in all good flow but perhaps a bit short.
User Comment
Submitted by hevosenliha on 4 October 2009
wow... "is this DTV or Amiga?" I really have to do the solder work on my dtv now....
User Comment
Submitted by SIDWAVE on 4 October 2009
Nice Wolfenstein, you should try and make a game out of it, with crappy nazi samples "ach mein leben !" and so on ;D Wicked soundtrack, really acidious!
User Comment
Submitted by Motion on 4 October 2009
Nice stuff, I really enjoyed it. Love the intro - shame some of the effects aren't emulated in VICE. Nice idea on the credits part.

'Ouch! Emulator detected!' LOL! ;D
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